[pacman-dev] My patches (again)
allan at archlinux.org
Tue Jan 20 19:56:12 EST 2009
Bryan Ischo wrote:
> Aaron Griffin wrote:
>> On Tue, Jan 20, 2009 at 1:16 AM, Bryan Ischo
>> <bji-keyword-pacman.3644cb at www.ischo.com> wrote:
>>> Hi all. I've noticed that other commits have gone into the pacman
>>> repository (what is the exact git terminology for the master
>>> but that the patches that I sent to the list have not.
>>> Are mine going in? Or is the team waiting on something from me? Or
>>> have my
>>> patches been rejected? My most recent emails should have patches which
>>> easily and cleanly apply to the tree.
>> It usually depends on patch size and complexity. I didn't review your
>> patches, but I looked at them and they were fairly involved. I
>> imagine, in order to ensure everything is OK, the review might take a
>> little longer.
>> Don't get discouraged, though. I sent a like 5 line patch to the list
>> that Dan forgot about 8)
>> Are there any of those patches that can be merged individually? Or are
>> they a big series of patches that kind of depend on each other?
> There were four patches, the first three of which built on one
> another, and the last one was an unrelated documentation change.
> I broke them up into the smallest patches I could, which is why there
> were 3. I am not sure if you followed the discussion, but I ended up
> re-implementing my changes in a more concise and simpler way which is
> why it's now 3 (+1 doc patch) smaller patches instead of 4 (+1 doc
> patch) bigger patches.
> I'll be patient and just wait to hear something about the patches.
You doc patch has been applied. The other three make bigger changes so
they may spend more time in review.
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